Two countries issued travel warnings to their Citizens about the US, following two mass shootings that killed 31 people.
Both Uruguay and Venezuela warned their residents about violence in the United States Monday.
Uruguays Office of Foreign Ministry, issued an advisory stating that citizens should, “take precaution amid the growing in discriminatory violence, specifically hate crimes including racism and discrimination,” when traveling to the United States.
A statement posted by the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry said that the “recent proliferation of violent acts and hate crimes,” need to be considered when traveling to the US.
“These increasing acts of violence have found an echo and support in the conversations and actions impregnated by racial discrimination and hatred against migrant populations. Pronounced and executed by the supremacist elite who holds political power in Washington,” the statement read in part.
These advisories also listed several cities that citizens should be aware of including: Detroit, Dayton, El Paso, and Baltimore.